Saucy, slurpy, spicy Udon noodle stir-fry can be made in one pan
Udon noodle are thick noodles made from wheat flour that are used in a variety of Japanese dishes. The sauce in the recipe coats the udon noodles which have a marshmallowy texture.
I remember as a kid only knowing about Lo mein and Ramen noodles. I never had the pleasure to eat an Udon noodle until I was a grown woman, while visiting London. It was noodle love at first site. I remember this day vividly. After spending the day sightseeing we were very hungry and wanted to eat something with a little spice, so we fell upon this Asianesque type of restaurant with communal atmosphere called Wagamama. The food was so incredibly good, we returned again before heading back over the pond.. I know there are Wagamama’s in the US, but unfortunately for we Floridians – not in our state. If you have one in your state, you won’t be disappointed.
Udon Noodles are a thick wheat noodle which absorb the sauce and flavors in the dish. I just love it’s texture.
Do I need a wok to make stir fry? All Clad Steel pan
NO, all you need is a good stainless steel pan that is big enough in size to handle all the vegetables at high heat. All Clad stainless steel is what I recommend. The heat in this pan is evenly disbursed and most importantly, the cleaning up is easy. Using a steel wool sponge will make it easy to keep the pan perfect.
Simple ingredients for a simple stir-fry. Cilantro, sliced mushrooms, garlic and zucchini and peanuts. The udon noodles you have to soak them in boiling water for a few minutes, drain and set aside for the stir fry.
Sauce: rice wine vinegar, soy sauce, brown sugar, fish sauce and sesame oil.
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